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Teal Dream Catcher Keyring/Bag Charm. A gorgeous dream catcher accessory to add to your keys, or brighten up your bag. Treat yourself, or give it to a friend or loved one.
The dream catcher is made using a metal ring, wrapped in teal yarn (100% cotton), with teal cotton webbing. The ring’s outer diameter is approx 50mm; 42mm inner diameter. Incorporated in the webbing is a single 4mm white miracle bead. The beaded feather drop consists of 4mm white and teal miracle beads, with a gorgeous ombre feather attached at the end. The lobster clasp is attached with a silver tone chain, and white and teal miracle beads. If you would prefer a split ring to the lobster clasp, please let us know at time of ordering.
Having had a love of dream catchers for many years, I first started making them myself in 2012, after my daughter was electrocuted and was having really bad nightmares. After making a few standard size ones, I decided to start making keyring size, and also incorporating smaller ones into bracelets. So much love goes into the creation of my dream catchers and I hope you love your purchase just as much as I loved creating it for you.
We’re happy to take custom orders so please don’t hesitate to contact us if there’s something you would really love to have on your badge. Large orders are also accepted.
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